Short-Shifted: How Big Grocers and Retailers are Making Workers’ Jobs Unstable and Unpredictable
— Puget Sound Sage.
Schedule flexibility in hourly jobs: unanticipated consequences and promising directions
— Susan Lambert, Anna Haley-Lock, and Julia Henly, Community Work & Family Vol. 15 no. 3
“Why ‘Good Jobs’ Are Good for Retailers”
— Zeynep Ton, Harvard Business Review Vol. 90, no. 1 (January-February 2012).
Discounted Jobs: How Retailers Sell Workers Short
— Stephanie Luce and Naoki Fujita, CUNY Murphy Institute and Retail Action Project.
Flexible Workplace Solutions for Low-Wage Hourly Workers: A Framework for a National Conversation
— Liz Watson and Jennifer E. Swanberg, Georgetown Law and University of Kentucky (2011).
Scheduling Hourly Workers: How Last Minute, “Just-In-Time” Scheduling Practices Are Bad for Workers, Families and Business
— Nancy K. Cauthen, Demos, (2011).
Work Scheduling Study: Managers’ Strategies for Balancing Business Requirements with Employee Needs
— Susan Lambert and Julia Henly, University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, (May 2010).
Scheduling in Hourly Jobs: Promising Practices for the Twenty-First Century Economy
— Susan Lambert and Julia Henly, (May 2009).
Nonstandard Work Schedules, Child Care Subsidies, and Child Care Arrangements
— Julia R. Henly, Elizabeth O. Ananat, and Sandra K. Danziger.